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Living New Deal Project
by Federal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration
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Diagrams and time-lapse photography are used to show the life cycle of the pea plant. The seed sprouts, roots grow downward, and the stem upward, tentacles coil around a string for support, and the pea flower opens. Describes the fertilization of the egg cells, division of the seed, growth of the pod, and liberation of the seeds. National Archives Identifier: 12353 Local Identifier: 69.39 * Creator(s): Federal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration. (07/01/1939 - 06/30/1943) (Most Recent) *...
Topics: Botany, Motion pictures, Living New Deal, pea plant
Community Video
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David Attenborough looks at how plants often rely on animals, fungi and each other for food, protection or a home, but they do not always co-exist peacefully.
Topics: Plants, Wind, Travel, Attenborough, Organism, Growing, Pollination
Community Video
by WNET (New York), BBC
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"Fungi: The Rotten World Around Us" examines the organisms whose family includes mushrooms, molds, toadstools and rusts. Included: a look at poisonous and edible mushrooms; microscopic photography of developing soil fungus. Narrated by: George Page Source: Betamax Recording
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Topics: Nature, George Page, fungi, mold, mushrooms, fungus, biology
Educational Films
by Coronet Instructional Media (Firm)
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Revised version of the motion picture issued in 1957 under title: Simple plants: algae and fungi
Topics: Algae, Fungi, Algae, Fungi
Educational Films
by McGraw-Hill Book Company
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With guide Advisers, DeWolfe Merriam, Gary L. Smith Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Describes the ways in which mosses are adapted to l./ing on land. Depicts the entire moss life cycle.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Mosses, Mosses
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Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc
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Editor, David Harvey ; collaborator, Richard T. Hartman Traces the evolutionary development of algae in terms of structure and reproductive mechanisms; shows the typical forms of algae as they are adapted to various habitats; and explains the ecological role of algae in different environments. Uses photomicrography to reveal a variety of reproductive processes--Chlamydomonas in cell division, Ulothris releasing motile spores, and fertilization of an egg in Oedogonium Summary Describes the...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Algae, Algae as food, Algae, Algae
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Community Video
by René Laloux , Roland Topor
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Trailer for the Franco-Czech allegorical cutout stop-motion science fiction film directed by René Laloux and written by Laloux and Roland Topor.  The film won the special jury prize at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival.
Topics: animation, sci fi, cult
A/V Geeks
by Encyclopedia Britannica
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Uses animation and time-lapse photography in describing cross-pollination, self-pollination and fertilization. Discusses special pollination devices and describes the part played by insects. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more information
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Educational Films
by Barry, Martin; Nold, Werner; Leduc, Yves; National Film Board of Canada
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Director, script, animation, character designer, music, Martin Barry ; editor, Werner Nold ; producer, Yves Leduc
Topics: Comedy films, Children's films, Children's films, Comedy films
Educational Films
by University of Iowa
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Slime Molds: 1 Life Cycle Takes the viewer into the field and laboratory to present the techniques involved in collection, cultivation, and use of the Myxomycetes. Reviews through animation a few selected studies on slime molds, suggests some projects, and shows several classroom demonstrations.
Topics: Myxomycetes, Myxomycetes
Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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Title from data sheet
Topics: Respiration, Respiratory system, Respiration
Educational Films
by International Film Bureau; National Film Board of Canada
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English version of the French film entitled Notes sur un triangle
Topics: Triangle, Triangle
Educational Films
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Abstract experimental animation using electronic images, sound and the latest video tape techniques. Filters color to achieve an exceptionally sophisticated form of pure cinema
Topics: Experimental films, Experimental films
Educational Films
by National Film Board of Canada; Learning Corporation of America
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Uses animation to show the evolution of animals, from one-celled, water organisms, to complex human beings
Topics: Evolution, Evolution
Animation Shorts
by Orson Welles / Stephen Bosustow Productions / Sam Weiss
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Uplifting modern day parable about mankind getting along together. Narrated by Orson Welles. Animation directed by Sam Weiss.
Topics: movie, animation, short, war, race, Vietnam, pollution, people, peace, environment, immigration
A/V Geeks
by Encyclopedia Britannica
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Beautiful animation of particles and plants. Time-lapse of seeds growing.
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MediaArts at Capital Children's Museum
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Animation Corps spring 1988, drawn-on-film loops set to music. Mostly black and white. This tape was made to play in the lobby of the museum to get people to come attempt the world record for longest drawn-on-film project. Itâs a collection of student animation from museum animation classes. Uses 16mm film, later transferred to 3/4" Umatic video.
Topics: TNLC, CCM, MediaWorks, Animation Lab, drawn on film, Animate 88
Educational Films
by Szoboszlay, Peter, direction; Hungarofilm
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Animation
Educational Films
by Craig, Margaret; California Institute of the Arts. School of Film/Video
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Music, Gary Chang
Topics: California Institute of the Arts, California Institute of the Arts, Animation (Cinematography),...
Community Video
by Toyo Links
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Early demo reel (1983) of Toyo Links; includes funky metaballs stuff and early hybrid animation (CG scenes intercut with traditional animation).
Topics: Toyo Links, demo reel, computer animation, animation, 1983
Prelinger Archives
by Flaherty (David)
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Explains through animation the process of photosynthesis. Discusses its importance to our daily lives. 13:00:50 Color - lots of shots of trees and plants 13:03:06 Nice factory smokestacks CU Plants - animation of photosynthesis Time lapse of flowers blooming 13:08:21 CU Potatoes 13:08:23 CU Corn more shots of fruit on trees 13:09:28 CU Medicine bottle - "digitalis" VO: "Other medicines that come from plants are digitalis, belladonna and strychnine." 13:09:30 CU Belladonna...
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Educational Films
by Iwanami Eiga Seisakujo; Film Associates
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With study guide Explains the function of flowers in the life cycle of the plant. Includes an analysis of the basic parts of the flower, the structure of a pollen grain, and the process of fertilization Summary Explores the function of flowers in the life cycle of a plant. Investigates a flower's stamens and pistils after identifying th./iasic parts of a flower. Uses microscope to illustrate the structure of a pollen grain.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Flowers, Fertilization of plants, Plant life cycles, Flowers, Flowers,...
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Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc
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With teachers guide
Topics: Angiosperms, Angiosperms